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Fields - Feeling Free

Fields – Feeling Free (2 CD set)

Fields were a three-piece progressive rock band formed in 1971 by keyboard man Graham Fields after he’d left his previous band, Rare Bird, shortly...
THE NEAL MORSE BAND - THE GREAT ADVENTOUR – LIVE IN BRNO 2019

Neal Morse Band – The Great AdvenTOUR – A masterclass of what prog rock...

Neal Morse is one of the most respected names in prog rock, both as founding member of Spock’s Beard and as a musician. In...
Bruce Dickinson – Soloworks

Review: Bruce Dickinson – Soloworks

Bruce Dickinson is certainly a man of many talents, so much so that one has to wonder how he finds the time for all...

Nirvana ‘In Utero’ 20th Anniversary

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Nirvana's In Utero album has been perceived in two drastically different ways since it's original release on September 21st 1993. The first was that...

John Martyn ‘The Island Years’ Limited Edition Box Set

John Martyn was a walking contradiction, even when he lost a leg. That he made music so beautiful and so full of anger, sometimes...
Blackmore´s Night - Shadow Of The Moon (25th Anniversary Edition)

Blackmore’s Night – Shadow Of The Moon (25th anniversary edition)

Ritchie Blackmore made his name, not just as a guitar God in the late sixties and throughout the seventies with Deep Purple and Rainbow...

The Beach Boys ‘Made In California’

The problem with a study of the Beach Boys is that their career has been so long - their production has been so prolific,...
Hawkwind - We Are Looking In On You

Hawkwind – We Are Looking In On You

At the risk of being certified as insane, I’m going to start by suggesting there’s a case for Hawkwind to be considered as one...

Review: Entrails – Resurrected from the Grave (Demo Collection)

Demo collection albums aren’t something I always enjoy. I understand the novelty of seeing how a band was before they became refined and set...

Review: Lynyrd Skynyrd – Vinyl Box Set 1973-1977

What can you say about an iconic band like Lynryd Skynyrd that hasn't been said before? A band who are the essence  of Southern...